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Wheelchaired Palestinian Refugee Goes Homeless in Syria

Published : 01-08-2019

Wheelchaired Palestinian Refugee Goes Homeless in Syria

Palestinian activists have sounded alarm bells over the deteriorating conditions of Palestinian refugee with special needs Ahmed Mustafa, who has been left without a roof over his head in the Syrian territories.

Ahmed’s mother, his sole breadwinner, passed away. He has gone homeless after he was displaced from Yarmouk Camp, in Damascus.

According to the activists, Ahmed has been daily spotted on his wheelchair outside of the local mosque. At night, he takes a nap at the AlAwda makeshift tent, where displaced families wishing to gain access to their homes in Yarmouk gather.

Ahmed has been torn apart from his family as a result of the fierce shootouts rocking the area.

The activists lashed out at the apathy maintained by the Palestinian Authority and the Palestinian Ambassador in Damascus as regards Ahmed’s condition.

The Syrian government forces regained control over Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus towns, following a 33-day military operation launched on April 19. Dozens of civilians were killed and dozens more injured in the offensive. Heavy material damage was wrought on more than 60% of civilian buildings and property.

The warfare has also brought disastrous fallouts on the geo-historical idiosyncrasy of Yarmouk Camp—which used to be home to the largest Palestinian refugee community overseas. Hundreds of Yarmouk residents have, meanwhile, gone missing; dozens died on the migration route; and scores of others have been locked up behind Syria’s prison bars.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8932

Palestinian activists have sounded alarm bells over the deteriorating conditions of Palestinian refugee with special needs Ahmed Mustafa, who has been left without a roof over his head in the Syrian territories.

Ahmed’s mother, his sole breadwinner, passed away. He has gone homeless after he was displaced from Yarmouk Camp, in Damascus.

According to the activists, Ahmed has been daily spotted on his wheelchair outside of the local mosque. At night, he takes a nap at the AlAwda makeshift tent, where displaced families wishing to gain access to their homes in Yarmouk gather.

Ahmed has been torn apart from his family as a result of the fierce shootouts rocking the area.

The activists lashed out at the apathy maintained by the Palestinian Authority and the Palestinian Ambassador in Damascus as regards Ahmed’s condition.

The Syrian government forces regained control over Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus towns, following a 33-day military operation launched on April 19. Dozens of civilians were killed and dozens more injured in the offensive. Heavy material damage was wrought on more than 60% of civilian buildings and property.

The warfare has also brought disastrous fallouts on the geo-historical idiosyncrasy of Yarmouk Camp—which used to be home to the largest Palestinian refugee community overseas. Hundreds of Yarmouk residents have, meanwhile, gone missing; dozens died on the migration route; and scores of others have been locked up behind Syria’s prison bars.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8932